Super Bowl Live presented by Verizon will be running from January 25 to February 1, 2020. The fan festival will feature evening concerts at the Amphitheater, a Huddle Down Community Stage, Road to the 11th Super Bowl activation, Tailgate Town featuring a Culinary stage, an Environmental Village, live water shows, evening parades, fireworks and much more. This will be the first time that visitors and the community at large will have the opportunity to celebrate all things Super Bowl at a free-to-the-public event in Downtown Miami.
Culminating the star-studded line-up for the Evening Concerts at the Amphitheater, taking place January 31st with JPerry, Walshy Fire Miami Orchestra and Nu Deco Ensemble. Walshy Fire is an international DJ and producer and an ambassador for Caribbean music and culture.
While performing on some of the world’s largest stages and contributing production to Major Lazer’s albums, he has used his platform to shed light on rising talents within the Caribbean, helping launch the careers of Chronixx, Jesse Royal and, most recently, Koffee, whose breakout hits “Toast” and “Throne” he co-produced.
Nu Deco Ensemble has exploded onto Miami’s eclectic music scene captivating audiences, holistically engaging with its community and fusing innovative,
genre-bending orchestral performances and collaborations
with the highest levels of musical artistry. They are reimagining a fresh vision of what an orchestra can achieve in the 21st century. Nu Deco Ensemble is a flexible and innovative hybrid orchestra that celebrates living composers, reimagines all genres of music, and collaborates with a wide range of diverse musical guests, composers, choreographers, dancers, and mixed media artists.
The evening concerts will wrap up on February 1st with Domino Saints and world-renowned, multi-platinum selling band ‘Fitz and the Tantrums. After “HandClap” — the breakout hit song of Fitz and the Tantrums’ career —became something of an unofficial theme song for the NFL, the band was invited to participate in FOX’s Super Bowl preshow, along with previous memorable performances at Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Audiences will also be able to enjoy songs from premier artists in a variety of music genres.
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